It might take a while for a Dickinson city staffer to return a phone call or an email, but city officials say they will get back in touch with customers even though personnel are stretched thin in this time of economic boom.
Dickinson’s Planning and Zoning Commission approved a final plat for Sundance Cove Subdivision on Wednesday during a meeting at City Hall, but heavy trucks have already been using roads without going through the proper channels.
Dickinson City employees are not satisfied with the payment they receive for the jobs they do, according to a city survey, and the local government may need to make financial changes on a “grand scale” to keep its workers, officials said.
How much do people earn? Some might covertly earmark the question as a conversation starter, which can be fueled by casual dinner conversation, subtle water cooler gossip or any other number of social communication phenomena.
A Southwest Water Authority depot that may reduce truck traffic in Dickinson is expected to be complete by June 1, though SWA has yet to strike a deal with the city, officials said during a meeting at the Elks Lodge in Dickinson Monday.
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